Promise 8: Systematic evaluation of government agencies and civil servants
Government Ethics | 07/25/2010 12:08 AM
Performances of government agencies and civil servants will be evaluated rationally and systematically through an effective and measurable performance management system to be approved by the Civil Service Commission.
The Civil Service Commission Performance Management System-Office Performance Evaluation System will be linked with the DBM Organizational Performance Indicator Framework to ensure accountability of government agencies and officials.
The Aquino campaign platform: Action plans on Anti-Corruption
Promise 6: Government appointments: follow civil service eligibility rules
Promise 7: Streamlining of the government bureaucracy
Promise 9: Review of government owned or controlled corporations (GOCCs)
Promise 14: Reduce government overhead
August 13, 2012: In accordance with the Government's commitment to accountability and effective governance, President Benigno S. Aquino III issued EO No. 80 dated July 20, 2012, "Directing the Adoption of a Performance-Based Incentive System for Government Employees," (Continue reading)
July 27, 2012: The Palace released the executive order for the adoption of a performance-based incentive system for government employees. Depending on their performance, workers can receive incentives of up to P35,000. (Continue reading)
July 10, 2012: The Aquino administration is proposing a system of performance-based bonuses for top-performing government employees eyed to be introduced in 2013. Budget Secretary Florencio Abad said the bonus can range from P5,000 to P35,000 per employee, depending on an employee’s performance. This would be on top of the productivity enhancement bonus or the year-end bonus. (Continue reading)
December 21, 2011: The government, in December 2011, enacted Administrative Order No. 25, “creating an inter-agency task force on the harmonization of national government performance monitoring, information and reporting systems.” (Continue Reading)